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Old 01-05-2013, 12:12 AM #6
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Originally Posted by Scott9945 View Post
This one is close. I picked Moorer-Foreman based on the vibe I felt before both fights, but I wouldn't argue with either choice.
I agree, this is a really close call. Foreman looked indestructible before Ali fought him. Who really thought a 45 year old Foreman would KO Moorer? These are a couple of the greatest upsets in heavyweight history along with Douglas over Tyson.
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